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Can Scrum Scale Down?

Prompted by a discussion on a LinkedIn group, I was reminded of a presentation deck I put together a couple of years ago to capture what my cohorts and I were doing for project management at the time. Advertisements

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From Back Log To Ready For Work

I’ve been thinking a lot about the backlog grooming and design process in Agile approaches like Scrum. Something occurred to me recently: what I really want during this phase is true driving out of assumptions. I want to discuss and … Continue reading

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Node.js Vs Twisted – A SCRUM tool built in both: Introductions, First Opnions

The short version: I want to evaluate┬ánode.js and Twisted frameworks by building the same tool with both. The scope of the two frameworks is nearly identical. This presents the somewhat unique opportunity to create a single client user interface that … Continue reading

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